1. San Francisco Giants Trade Speculation: 4 Teams That May Want Barry Zito

    While the strength of the Giants comes from its pitching, it's hard to know where Barry Zito falls in the mix. Zito has had a mediocre career with the Giants, putting up roughly league-average numbers in his four years in San Francisco...

    Daniel Zarchy Written by Daniel Zarchy about over 3 years ago 1,456 reads 1 comments

  2. The New York Yankees and Four Teams Who Get Booed the Most by Their Own Fans

    Maybe I'm just spoiled. Growing up in the San Francisco Bay Area, I spent my childhood going to A's and Giants games, watching players like Barry Bonds, Mark McGwire, Jason Giambi, ...

    Daniel Zarchy Written by Daniel Zarchy about over 3 years ago 668 reads 7 comments

  3. S.F. Giants: Their Greatest Defensive Player in History, Position by Position

    Defense is one of the trickiest things in baseball. It's nebulous, intangible, very, very hard to measure and never truly appreciated until it's gone...

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  4. SF Giants: 5 Waiver Deals the Giants Could Make to Duplicate Cody Ross

    The Giants that went into the 2010 postseason, what manager Bruce Bochy called his "band of misfits and castoffs" and his "Dirty Dozen" hardly resembled the team that broke spring training in March 2010...

    Daniel Zarchy Written by Daniel Zarchy about over 3 years ago 1,144 reads 0 comments

  5. San Francisco Giants Trade Rumors: 5 Sparkplugs the Giants Should Trade for

    As July comes to a close, the San Francisco Giants find themselves with a nice lead in the National League West, as a result of their excellent pitching and anemic but timely hitting...

    Daniel Zarchy Written by Daniel Zarchy about over 3 years ago 4,955 reads 4 comments

  6. San Francisco Giants: Their Optimal Second-Half Starting Rotation

    The fact that the San Francisco Giants finished the first half 12 games above .500 is no fluke. Despite having the third-worst offense in the league based on runs scored and the ...

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  7. Brian Wilson and the 5 San Francisco Giants All-Stars: 2nd-Half Projections

    The All-Star festivities and merrymaking continue in Arizona , and the San Francisco Giants are well represented. Just a year after winning the World Series, the defending champs sent five players to the Midsummer Classic, and for good reason...

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  8. Buster Posey: Seven Reasons the Giants Superstar Should Never Catch Again

    The San Francisco Giants were two separate teams last year. Before Buster Posey joined the team on May 29, they were 25-22, in third place in the NL West, and 2.5 games back of first place...

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  9. San Francisco Giants: The 5 Most Unlikely Wins of 2011

    While the San Francisco Giants continue to wage a bitter war for the National League West division, it's impossible to deny that they have been one of the most exciting teams in recent memory...

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  10. 2011 San Francisco Giants: 5 Unexpectedly Good Performances by Giants Players

    The 2010 San Francisco Giants won the World Series on the strength of their excellent home-grown starting pitching, lights-out bullpen and clutch (if not overwhelming) offense...

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  11. Tim Lincecum Records 1000th Career Strikeout as Giants Come from Behind...Again

    It's hard to understand what motivates a team to do well. Some say fame. Some say fortune. Some, like Albert Pujols or Prince Fielder, have their own supernatural determination driving them...

    Daniel Zarchy Written by Daniel Zarchy about over 3 years ago 504 reads 1 comments

  12. Aubrey Huff Homers Thrice to Power Giants 12-7 over Cardinals for Series Win

    I'm a big believer in turning points in professional sports—the notion that a hitter, a pitcher or an entire team can wake up one morning and everything can fit perfectly together again...

    Daniel Zarchy Written by Daniel Zarchy about over 3 years ago 119 reads 2 comments

  13. San Francisco Giants vs St. Louis Cardinals: Giants Top Cards in Extra Innings

    There's something so incredibly exciting and rewarding about a come-from-behind extra-innings victory that shows your team's heart and willingness to see the game through to the very last pitch...

    Daniel Zarchy Written by Daniel Zarchy about over 3 years ago 322 reads 0 comments

  14. San Francisco Bullpen Falters in Eighth, Giants Fall to Cardinals 4-3

    It seemed like a great idea at the time, coming home early to watch the recording of tonight's game, settling back on the couch with a cup of coffee and my laptop, watching my Giants silence the mighty St...

    Daniel Zarchy Written by Daniel Zarchy about over 3 years ago 116 reads 1 comments